The Barret-Jackson Scottsdale Auction, which features rare and collectible cars, was sponsored by the U.S. Money Reserve. Held on January 21 in Arizona, the U.S. Money Reserve will showcase a McLaren P1 GTR at the forty seventh annual auction.
While present at the auction, the company will be educating attendees about the benefits of owning gold and other precious metals. The pairing should be beneficial to all as both customer bases have an interest in fine collectibles that hold their value. Read more: US Money Reserve | Youtube and US Money Reserve | Bizjournals
U.S. Money Reserve recently launched an online platform for collectors to browse and purchase their extensive collection of precious metals and government-issued bullion.
Through the site, customers will be able to stay informed of the latest products and benefits of their potential investment. The site also has a Knowledge Center with information about the grading and minting of coins. Gold Information Kits can be requested by visitors at no cost to them.
The McLaren featured by the U.S. Money Reserve was the first of forty five off the manufacturing line. The car can reach sixty miles per hour in just 2.4 seconds with a top speed of 225 mph. The McLaren has only six hundred and five miles on the odometer and is considered to be one of a kind.
U.S. Reserve was founded in 2001 and currently features former U.S. Mint Director Philip Diehl as president. Diehl received the Diane Piret Memorial Award for Outstanding Service for work he did in 2013 concerning bullion regulations and ammending the Bullion coin Dealer Law of Minnesota.
Diehl is thought to be one of the most accomplished directors of the U.S. Mint and an expert in precious metals. The company has served well over four hundred thousand clients. The U.S. Money Reserve is one of the largest government issued currency distributors globally.
The designs featured by the U.S. Money Reserve are as collectible and exciting as the motor vehicles featured at the Barrett-Jackson Auction. Showcased in gold, platinum, and silver, talented engravers have created designs that commemorate some of the most important figures and events in the history of the United States and the world.
From John F. Kennedy to Martha Washington, these are not just investments: they are a piece of history and art.